GWS will give Phil Davis time to decide his own AFL playing future after the defensive stalwart’s season was ended early by another serious hamstring injury.
Davis ruptured a tendon in his right hamstring during the Giants’ defeat to Port Adelaide on Saturday.
The latest damage is on the opposite leg to the hamstring injury that sidelined Davis for three months in the first half of the year.
Davis, who turns 32 next month, reportedly has an option to play on in 2023 after deferring payment from his most recent contract to next season.
He will see a specialist this week to determine the next step with his injury and faces a tough call on his future after managing just five AFL matches this season.
“We certainly don’t want to make quick decisions with him,” GWS interim coach Mark McVeigh told Fox Footy.
“He’s a forward-thinker and he’ll see it in the right light and he’ll make the right…